In the game of chess, when a pawn moves two squares from its initial position and goes into the squares controlled by enemy chess pieces, the enemy pawn can easily capture it. The pawn is captured like it has only moved one single square. In chess, this move is called «en passant», which translates into «in passing». The worksheet shows a chessboard with white and black pawns. Ask your child which square the black pawn will land on after capturing the white pawn en passant.
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